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post #30946 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Mr. Pharmacist View Post
I dig it Barims and Robbie I love the parka.



I promise I'm not super short, I just have tall friends!

Great compliment coming from you. I like this subtle subversion of a classic outfit, rather Junya-esque in that regard. Hadn't considered that blazer-cardigans could work before
post #30947 of 38322
^^^^^^^ Hey thanks! Yeah, that's certainly my favorite thing about Junya, and a big part of why he's one of my favorite designers.
post #30948 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post
Nice pic Who x Mauro collabo, hope your having a laugh down there!....can I book my stay at The Hotel Whodini next?. On a side note you weren't affected by the earthquake?.
He left yesterday but had a great time the last few days. You're more than welcome to come down to visit as are the other LAites. Jas isn't so down with the brown people so I doubt he'll be down here any time soon but I know he'd have fun. If you're serious about visiting, see how free you are Easter week. Chad might be coming down then and so should a few others. We'd have a good time for sure.

As far as the earthquake goes, I'm surprised how everyone back in the States heard about it before we did. I was with Mauro at the beach haggling for a towel and flip-flops for him when it hit. The owner of the stand we were at said something to her son about feeling an earthquake but I thought she was either kidding or was referring to something earlier since neither of us felt anything; Mauro's "wife" felt it but didn't know what it was. Later on the drive back to San Jose we saw several landslides and chunks of the road that had fallen off the hill.
post #30949 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post
Let's get some info on the coat/scarf. Both are sweet.
Coat is G-Star. The scarf is labeled V.Fraas; it was purchased at The Bay, a Macy's-esque department store, made of acrylic, and very inexpensive. Thank you for the compliments.
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Sweater: Uniqlo
Shirt: MTM
Tie: Prochownick
Khakis: Uniqlo
Chelseas: Cole Haan

Song: Wale "WALEDANCE"
post #30951 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Mr. Pharmacist View Post
I dig it Barims and Robbie I love the parka.



I promise I'm not super short, I just have tall friends!

some really boring stuff past couple of pages, but this is fantastic
post #30952 of 38322
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Originally Posted by Mr. Pharmacist View Post
I dig it Barims and Robbie I love the parka. I promise I'm not super short, I just have tall friends!
Is it just me or does that look like a woman's jacket? It seems way too short, because it's so short it seems to make it look too tight, even thought it probably isn't. There's also something going on with the pants and the cuffs that look off.
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It's not quite a blazer, more a cardi-blazer. The fact that it's shorter because of this does make it seem a little edgy on the side of femininity, but now that my hair is a bit shorter I'm willing to risk it Not sure whats up with the pants, probably just standing a little odd, but yeah the cuffs are a bit messy e: yeah, wmmk's got it
post #30954 of 38322
^I think it's a cardigan with notch lapels. EDIT: argh, you posted that as I was typing. what brand is that cardi?
post #30955 of 38322
Don't listen to lance on femininity, mr pharmacist. You look solid. Kinda remind me of the model tres bien use for their our legacy stuff sans creepy mustache http://www.tresbienshop.net/en/grp/our-legacy-temp.php moral of the post: grow a mustache
post #30956 of 38322
I think the jacket is to tight. Otherwise, it's solid.
post #30957 of 38322
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Originally Posted by chronoaug View Post
Don't listen to lance on femininity, mr pharmacist. You look solid. Kinda remind me of the model tres bien use for their our legacy stuff sans creepy mustache



moral of the post: grow a mustache

Who said anything about femininity? I am only pointing out that it appeared to have the characteristics of a woman's jacket. Usually they are much shorter than mens.
post #30958 of 38322
It's actually from YokoD. I kinda took a gamble on it, because it has some kinda weird stitiching on the back, but it turned out to be not too noticeable. Thanks for the criticism/complements everyone! (Not sure about that mustache though, heh) E: It is shorter, very true, but I still dig it
post #30959 of 38322
Cropped jackets are kind of "in" but I still dislike them.
post #30960 of 38322
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Originally Posted by lance konami View Post
Who said anything about femininity? I am only pointing out that it appeared to have the characteristics of a woman's jacket. Usually they are much shorter than mens.

i'm jerking your chain
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